Maney Promoted to Bay Port High School Athletics Director

Dillon Maney Headshot
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Maney will begin to oversee Pirate athletics programs as Athletics Director July 1, 2022. 

The Howard-Suamico School District Board of Education approved the promotion of Dillon Maney to the position of Bay Port High School Athletics Director at its Monday, April 25 meeting. In the move to this administrative role, Maney will oversee the Pirates athletics programs beginning July 1, 2022. 

Dillon Maney Headshot

Dillon Maney

Maney brings 16 years of physical education and coaching experience to the Athletics Director position. He most recently served as physical education teacher and assistant football coach at Bay Port since 2020. Prior to joining Bay Port, Maney was a physical education teacher and head football coach in the Luxemburg-Casco School District for seven years in his second stint with the Spartans. He taught and coached in the Kimberly School District for two years after beginning his teaching career at the middle school level in Luxemburg-Casco in 2006. Maney also brings experience coaching and training students of many different ages and abilities.

“We are excited to have Dillon lead our Athletics Department,” said Bay Port High School Principal Mike Frieder. “Dillon understands the importance of building strong relationships with students, families, coaches, and staff. I look forward to working closely with him to continue to offer excellent opportunities for all students in our district.”

“Bay Port has an outstanding group of students, staff, and coaches,” said Maney. “I feel truly blessed to take on this role and help them continue their success in academics and athletics. I look forward to helping move us to the next level.”

A Three Lakes, Wis. native, Maney earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Health Education from UW-Stevens Point (‘05), where he was a team captain on the Pointers football team. He earned his Principal licensure and a master’s degree in Educational Administration from Concordia University (‘17).

Maney and his wife, Kristy, are residents of Suamico and are the proud parents of Braydon (12) and Chandler (9). The family is active in the HSSD youth sports community. He takes over for Brian Matz, who will retire June 30, 2022 following five years with the Pirates.

Media Inquiries: Brian Nicol, Director of Communications, 920-662-7825 or brianico@hssdschools.org